The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 25, 1939
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·WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY ^'5, 1U3U. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. S C O T T D A L E PLANS PARTY SFOR MONDAY C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY President's Birthday to Be Observed at Legion Home. EVERSON HAS PROGRAM ALSO Sacclal to The Courier. Kootabaga Processional. i Inausuratlon Described. The rootabaga processional, under, I" Juni- Homcioom 37 Jennie the direction of Patti Coughenour, Umbel told of her trip to Harris- Was a huge .success in Junior Home- burg for the inauguration of Gov- room 2, supervised by Miss Anna | ernor ArVhvir H. James. Jennie was Kluty. ' Those participating were: i drum major for Billy Bishop's Band Potato fasc, Arlic Mansbergcr. pick- i which led the Fayelte county sec- tips, Betty Lee Dixon; little boy,' t i o " of the parade. Bob Landymoic; slip foot, Patti Coughenour; Martin Pippin, Jean Goe; first cat, Anna DeMarco; second cat, Norma Jean Grey; thir.1 cat, Geraldine Cough; shovel cars, Josephine Dawson; deep red roses, Mary Carroll and Olive Hughes, and SCOTTDALE, Jan. 25.--George S. sandburgh, Ray Goodwin. The rc- McCurdy, Philip L. Thcibert, James mainder of the period was devoted Today Knits First .Semester. The first semester of the school year ends today marking the-close c" three six-week periods. Students will be free Thuisday or Friday, during the annual teacher conference period. ' Editor Predicts Another Frontier Attack by Hitler GREENWICH, Conn., Jan. 2-1.-Greenwich Time, through the copyrighted column 'oC its editor, Wythe Williams, asaerted today that Nazi party tension in llic form of a feud between Field, Muishul Hermann CocrinK and Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Gocbcls may force Adolf Hitler to "a new dash over the fiontier" to avert revolution. "The in idc story ot the fucd between Gocbbcls an'" Marshal Goering," Williams said, "is a thriller, equaling the imaginations Off Oppenheim and the late Edgar Wallace. A sinister tale of plots and counterplots, of spies and gangsters, of desperate intrigue accompanied by shots and knit., thrusts in the dark." Greenwich Time was the first newspaper to report that Gocbbcls had been beaten up by Irlends of an actress for paying her alleged improper attentions. Newspapers in New York and London later carried similar stories which were denied in Berlin. That affair, Williams said, now is under investigation by Uschla, highest court of the Nazi party, headed by Major Walter Buch. In addition, he said, Buch has been placed in command of a new service, the Sichcrhei'sdicnst, or "S. D.," which specializes in spying on Nazi party members. PAGE FIVE. bei Hospital alter a lingering illnesrt Be ore becoming a squire, he had been a coal company electrician. Two wives preceded him in death and he leaves three sons and two daughters. Wndbcr Squire Dies. SOMERSET. Jan. 24^-J.' W. Mis- sons, 72, n justice of the peace at Windber, died Friday night in Wind- Confesses Firing Hotel. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 24.--The i disastrous lire that swept through I the St. James Hotel in San Francisco January 15, killing one woman and i periling scores ot others, was Inc | work of an arsonist, police revealed with the arrest and confession of William Mattravers, 23. Dullard are the committee in charge of the President's Birthday Party, to be held from 9 until 10 o'clock Mon- Bates, I. II. Murray and Miss Dorothy evening in the Legion home. This is the first year that Scott- to a personality contest. Address on Farm Shou*. An interesting address was given by Jane Snyder on the farm show at Harrisburg, which she attended. Store Discussion. Charles D. Sislcy's Senior Homeroom held a lengthy and interesting discussion pertaining to relative values and evils of individual and chain btores. dale Iws held its party separately I Marjorle Herd and Winnie McCairns from Connellsville. led songs at the close ol the address. The Women's Democratic Club of Everson also plans a President's party at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the Recreation Center, Everson. The committees are as follows: Geneuil chairman, Mrs. Margaret Bair; priie, Mrs. Christina Bambrey, Mrs. Ada Nawrocki, Mrs. Martha Bair, Mrs. Alary Somerfield and Mrs. Margaret Gonda: and bingo, Mrs. Bridget Hines, Mrs. Rose- Palko, Mrs. Mary Watson. Mrs. Brodigan and Mrs. Ruth Sadak. Mid-Year Exams, Examinations were held Monday and Tuesday at Scottdalc High School, bringing to-a close the first temc.stcr. Catechetical Class. A meeting of the catechetical class of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Miss Prudence L. Walters is sponsor ot this Senior Homeroom 10. Skit Presented in Room 5. Elinor Kcffer and Don Baker presented an entertaining skit Tuesday for Senior Homeroom 5. The skit, entitled "Balancing the Budget," showed the trials and tribulations of a young married couple trying to exist on budget, which the wife continually unbalanced as she was unable to resist this hat or that dress. Popularity Contest. Senior Homeroom 23, sponsored by W. L. Lewis, held a popularity contest Tuesday but it was not completed. Church will be held at 7 o'clock this evening at the church. ] Plan Activities. Addresses Phalanx. ' During the business session m Mahlon H. Burgess, pi mcipal of | Junior Homeroom 24, siransorcd by Grecnsbur,; Business School, spok^' Lloyd Shancr, collecting funds for It was dc- a month. A on "Salesmanship" before the Alpha ' activities was discussed. Chapter of the Phalanx Fraternity cided to hold one a ·nity at its regular meeting in the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening. The new members of the proposed Beta chapter of the fraternity were present, although nothing definite has been done eonserning the organization of this group. Personal. George Ferguson was in Pittsburgh Tuesday, attending a funeral directors' convention. Districts Allotted. Districts allotted to the East Huntingdon township supervisors are the .same as that of last year. They arc: RufTsdale-Strohms district, J. S. Dibler; Bessemer Nos. 1 and 2, J. A. Miller; and Whitc-Strohm, George N. Smouse. ,Thankoffcrinsr Meeting. popularity contest followed. Musical Program. Henry Brcakiron had charge ot the homeroom period in Hoom 0 and the following were presented: Guitar solos, Bruce Skinner; vocal ducts, Joe Lucznk and Albert Nos- chesc, and vocal solos, Dolores King. Jack Brcman Winner. Jack Bccman was winner Travel Talk in Room 20. Miss Gladys Phillips gave an interesting address in Homeroom 26 about her western trip, mentioning the Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, Hollywood and other points of interest. Miss Phillips said they covered C.OOO miles in 16 days. Films were ashed on n screen by Sindcv Mander, illustrating th" talk. Students ot Senior Homeroom 5, sponsored by Miss Grace Adams, were guests. Boys Wittier Than Girls? The boys won over the girls in wit contest in Junior Homeroom 1. sponsored by Miss Mary Frances Kurtz. Ofllcers were elected as follows: Robert Beard, president; Alice Collins, vice-president, and Doris Gray, secretary and treasurer. Concessions at Band ^Concert. Virginia Humphrey, chairman of The Cokcr concessions, announced today that members of the Coker staff would handle concessions this evening at the band concert at the High School. S. Connellsville Firemen Request More Cooperation Senior Homeroom 41-A'e crazy spelling bee. by Marjoric The South Connellsville Fire Department requests citizens of tha' place to meet the fire truck after i n i they have been responsible for sound- Thc bee was arranged Nicholson. Soiifr-fcst In Assembly. Carl T. Anstinc, instructor of music in the High School, led a sonR- Thc next regular meeting of the fcst in lne freshman-sophomore ,as- Woman's Missionary Society O fj s c m b l y witti Miss Prudence L. United Brethren Church will be held .JVednesday, February 1. It will be 'he annual thankoflcring meeting, with Mrs. Leslie Stoncr, the thank- offering secretary, in charge. Mrs. Elmer Weaver will have charge of a playlet entitled, "The Thankoffering Speaks," and other members who have part on the program are JWrs. Sherman Sloner and Mrs. M. M. Snyder. Miss Lillian Solomon will have charge of the special music. A social hour will follow the program. Wallers playing the accompaniment. The songs sung were "Rock of Ages," "Faith" of Our "*nthers," "Juniatn," "She Was a Lady," "Spanish Cavalier," "Pop, Goes the Weasel," "Clementine," "We Three Kings," "Little Girl Across the Aisle," "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton," and closed with the round, ."Row, Row, Row Your Boat." Windber Miner Dies. . Michael Ruschak, 64, a resident of Windber, Somerset county, for 34 years where he was one of the oldest employes of Bcrwind-White Coal Company, died Sunday. Professor Quiz Prosram, Mavlin W. Hartman's J u n i o r Homeroom won over Miss Marguerite Davis' Junior Homeroom, both of 'Study Hall B, in a Professor .Quiz contest. Mr. 'Hartman asked the questions and Miss Davis was judge. The questions were based on science, literature, history, nature st: "' and geography. ing an alarm so that the truck may be directed to the scene without any loss of time. Firemen point out that they frequently have to "hunt" the fire after arriving in the vicinity to which they have been called. An alarm was received Sunday morning, a spokesman for the department pointed out, having been sent in by a woman who saw the glare of a light in a garage window and thought the place was ablaze When firemen arrived they found no fire but did have trouble locating the garage to which they had been summoned. "If the person sending in an alarm will meet the truck on the corner to which it is summoned, it will assis us greatly," said the firemen's spokesman. Trooper's Father Dies. Charles F. Dodson, 84 years old of Athens, Tenn., died Monday afternoon at the^home of his son, Scrgcan Jackson R.'Dodson of the State Motor Police at Grccnsburg, II. D. No. 5 The trooper was for years located in Fayclte and Somerset counties. Announcing -- NOW ON DISPLAY -at- 121 West Apple Street. , Phone 2197 The New 1939 Westinghouse Refrigerator has been selected by Home economist Lecturer for the Gonneilsville Courier Cooktog School Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Jan. 25-26-27 Orpheum Theatre You are cordially invited on the stage after each session to inspect- then COMPARE it with any other refrigerator. Limited Number of New 1938 Westinghouse Refrigerators at Greatly Reduced Prices DON'T DELAY - GET YOURS NOW! 121 W.Apple St., Connellsville. THE WESTINGHOUSE STORE Phone 21 S7 , FRIDAY Plain and Fur Trimmed Now at PRICE Entire stock including Sterling Coats, regardless of cost, reduced to half price. Regular and. half sizes. Black, brown, greet, etc. SUop tomorrow. --THE LEADER STORE-- Boys' Ken. 7lie UNION SUITS 49c Ribbed fiecced union suits-short or long sleeves--knee or ankle length. Sizes to 16. Remnant Sales Tloys "Hell" 95c SHIRTS 58c Plain and fancie shirts--fast color, youth and junior sizes. Extra full cut. Remnant Sales RojV Keg. $5.93 Corduroy Suits $2.99 Fine pile corduroy Jack Tar suits. Brown and cinnamon colors. Sizes ' 4 to 10 years. Remnant Sales · 'Roys' $1.4!) anil $1.73 KN5CKERS 99c Cheviots, tweeds and wool mixtures, fully lined, clas- tic knit cues, light and dark patterns. Sizes 8 to 16. Kcmnant Sales Boys'to,SS1.0S LONGIES $1.09. Neat stripes/ checks and plain colors, well tailored-styles for yoiing men. All sizes. 10 to 18 years. / Kcmnant Sales 81.39 Cones BOJ-S OVERALLS 89c Men's heavy quality white back blue denim overalls, triple stitched. Overalls or jackets. All sizes. Remnant Sales' Jfon's $1.28 nnil $1.39 Flannel Pajamas 84c Heavy quality outing flannel pajamas, slipon and coat styles, fast color stripe patterns. Sizes A to D. Remnant Sales .lien's $J.9 SWEATERS $1.00 Odd lot, half zipper nnd coat style sweaters -- solid color .and combinations. All sizes in this lot. Remnant Sales $2.01) Men's TROUSERS S1.36 Neat stripe nnd check patterns, mostly dark colors ·-- regulation styles. Wanted sizes. Remnant Sales Men's ll)c and 23c DRESS SOCKS 2 Pairs 15c Men's; cotton and wool mixed nnd rayon plaited, reinforced heel and toes--plain colors and fancies. Remnant Sales - Boys' S!)c anil «Sc SWEATERS 49c Boys' slipon sweaters, talon zipper front, round and V neck. Colors, navy, brown and 'maroon. Sizes 8 to 18. Remnant Sales Boys' $2.95 SUITS $1.87 $2.95 Jack Tar wash ^iits, jerseys and corduroy suitsTM nil wanted sizes and colors. Kcmnant Sales PAJAMAS 84c Regular $1.15 two-piece outing pajamas, clastic waistband. All sizes. White nnd colors. Remnant Sales SJ.9S "Wash FROCKS $1.39 Spun rayon nnd plaid cotton wash frocks in women's nnd missy styles. Wide range of patterns and colors. Hem nan t Sales WOOL TOQUES Regular 49c Wool Knit Tociuca . Dclustercd .rayon panties, Ucntnnnt Sales 36 Inch Unbl. Muslin 10 yds. 77c 18 Inch Linen Toweling 5 yards $1.00 42x36 Pillow Cases 2 for 39c 36 inch Outing Flannel 2 yds. 25c 42 inch Curtain Material, yd 16c $2.95 .Colonial Bed Spreads $1.76 5 PC. AH Linen Dining Room Sets 94c 36 inch Wash Prints .'. 3 yds. 25c Lace and Linen Scarfs .'. : ;.. 39c 36 inch Art Feather Ticking 29c 27 inch White Outing Flannel 3 yds. 25c HAYOX PAS tailored styles Remnant Sales PAJAMAS, SLEKVKKS Odd lot child's 70c Pajamas 28c sleepers Remnant Sales 7'Jc W.'SH VKOCKS Women'*, to $1.00 percale wash frocks, sizes to 46 Remnant Sales 48c lOc Handkerchiefs 6 for 25c Pure linen in plain colors nnd fancies. Neat hemmed edges. Large sizes. To $2.»: SWEATERS $1.69 Women's, all wool coat sweaters, with or without collar. Wanted colors and black. -Sizes'to -16. $1.25 .Women's UMBRELLAS .87c Heavy qualitC Bradford covering, well constructed stuixif frames, n o v e l t y handles. Navy and Black. $1.03 UMBRELLAS $!.47 Oil silk imd fine waterproof gloria silk, 10 rib style- plain colors, striped and all over patterns. Women's GOWNS 38c Regular BOc heavy quality outing flannel gowns, high neck, Jong sleeves. Sizes JO to 17. White imd pinls. KID GLOVES $1.33 Women's capeskin kid gloves --slipon styles. Plain and fancy stitched. Wanted colors and all sizes. To *2.-lil KID GLOVES $1.53 . Fine quality imported capeskin and French Kid gloves, plain and contrast trim. Sizes 5^i to 8. WOOL GLOVES Vi PRICE 40c to $1.30 wool gloves for misses, women and men, also mittens. Solid colors and combinations. . ' To' 82.50 CORSELETTES $1.69 Rayon brocaded batiste. Elastic inserts, lace or swami top. 4 liose supporters. Side hook fasteners. All sizes to 42. lOc DIAPERS 4 for 25c 27x27 inch hemmed flannelette diapers, -absorbent quality. Ready for use. Remnant Sales 5% Part Wool 72x84 Blankets $2.39 $1.49 Double Cotton Blankets 94c 20x40 Colored Cannon Towels 3 for 69c $1.00 Priscilia and Tailored Curtains 69c Up to $1.95 Odds and Ends Curtains "j/2 Off Women's and Misses' . $2.00 and $2.49. J85 W. CUAWfc'OKD A V K N U E Former West I'cini T o r n i i n n l Other Slices, Pr. SOc Felt Uedroom Slippers 1 ."_.59c $1.48 Bedroom Slippers S9e ..§j.0pjta(lroom -Slippers __.; 79c .Toil's Itanium,, $1.'JS value S1.49

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